Just in time for the holiday season comes Sir Alan Ayckbourn’s "Season’s Greetings" at Northlight Theatre, directed by Artistic Director BJ Jones. Though the play, centered around an English family’s Christmas get together...
Critically acclaimed Memphis takes place in the smoky halls and underground clubs of the segregated 1950’s. It chronicles a clutural revolution and the cultivation of Rock and Roll.
A touring version of the classic musical based on stories by Sholem Aleichem touches down at the Auditorium Theatre over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend
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Handstand Kids Childrens' Cookbooks
Seeing Trees: Discover the Extraordinary Secrets of Everyday Trees By Nancy Ross Hugo and Robert Llewellyn
ParentWise: The Emotional Challenges of Family Life and How to Deal with Them
The New Dance Mix USA Vol. 2 mixed by DJ Louie DeVito
Hart Ramsey, My Next Heartbeat
"Thorns on Roses" by Randy Rawls
Philip Glass, his librettist Constance DeJong, and the entire creative staff of the MetHD production have presented the essence of Gandhi’s 21 years in South Africa in a most unusual fashion – the complete opposite of verismo.
With the tapestry of Baroque melodies and the thrill of the unison chorus, the Messiah casts its spell on the audience both in its sense of antiquity and the present thrill of experiencing it in the moment
The same voice box produced the powerful German singing by Siegfried on stage and the delightful Texas drawl of Jay Hunter Morris in the interviews - I could easily believe him to be a reincarnation of Wagner’s famous 17 year old hero.
Anne Archer has been one of Hollywood’s favorite on-screen wives.She currently plays Jane Fonda in “Jane Fonda in the Court of Public Opinion,” a play written and directed by Terry Jastrow, on stage at the Edgemar Center for the Arts
A Street Rock Musical inspired by the true stories of Homeless Kids
Kelly Osbourne led a celebrity-driven panel of judges for the Material Girl 'Lucky Stars' casting call, at Macy's Beverly Center, Saturday, November 19th
The Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP) opens its 22nd season with Global Rhythms. This year’s performances spotlight national and international artists.Performances are November 26 and 27
It’s against my religion to write a rave, yet still, here I go
Before his death Merce Cunningham envisioned one last gift to wrap up more than 50 years of his signature style of dance